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  1. I just downloaded this new 24/192 Binaural+ album off of HD Tracks. foobar2000 1.1.13 / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.1 log date: 2012-10-09 12:32:12 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Analyzed: Amber Rubarth / Sessions from the 17th Ward -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DR Peak RMS Duration Track -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DR15 0.00 dB -20.77 dB 5:41 01-Hold On DR11 -0.17 dB -15.63 dB 2:12 02-Don't You DR16 0.00 dB -21.16 dB 1:17 03-Strive DR14 -4.00 dB -23.13 dB 2:46 04-A Kiss to Build a Dream On DR15 -0.25 dB -20.34 dB 2:05 05-Down Home DR15 -0.44 dB -19.49 dB 4:57 06-Novocaine DR13 -5.88 dB -23.76 dB 1:47 07-Darkest Dark, Brightest Bright DR19 0.00 dB -22.84 dB 2:16 08-Tundra DR15 0.00 dB -18.64 dB 3:20 09-Good Mystery DR13 -6.78 dB -25.22 dB 5:05 10-Washing Day DR16 -4.61 dB -26.65 dB 2:16 11-Sneak DR14 -1.82 dB -22.14 dB 3:26 12-Full Moon in Paris DR14 -4.64 dB -25.10 dB 3:58 13-Just Like a Woman DR13 -7.12 dB -25.23 dB 3:39 14-Storms Are On the Ocean -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Number of tracks: 14 Official DR value: DR14 Samplerate: 192000 Hz Channels: 2 Bits per sample: 24 Bitrate: 5314 kbps Codec: FLAC ================================================================================ I'm pretty sure there was no compressor used in this recording and it was direct from the binaural dummy head microphone which would explain the widely varying dynamic range between tracks. Now for Frequency Plots of Track 11 "Sneak": On the first frequency plot you can see the microphones response is nearly 35Khz. To the left of the second frequency plot you can see the rising frequency response and increased ultrasonic noise floor caused by post processing of the dummy head frequency rolloff. To the right you can see the characteristic apodizing digital filter used in the MSB Studio ADC (I can recognize this response now as unique among ADCs used by studios)
  2. Computer Audiophile users get 25% off Scribbled Folk Symphonies, when using code CPUAMBER on HDtracks [h=4]"Amber Rubarth's delicate brand of folk is as haunting as it is exhilarating." - Purevolume[/h][h=4]"Critics and fans can’t get enough of her truly unique interpretation of the folk genre." - Elmore Magazine[/h] Backed by a string section that includes world renowned Cellist, Dave Eggar, Amber Rubarth returns for her new Chesky album to follow up her successful, Sessions from the 17th Ward. Scribbled Folk Symphonies features a combination of original tunes and unique takes on classic songs, such as a haunting rendition of R.E.M’s “Losing My Religion”. Whether you’ve followed her journey from the beginning, or simply get pulled in by her unique interpretation of the classic songs on this album, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by what’s inside. Amber Rubarth has toured extensively throughout the US, Europe and Japan including appearances at Carnegie Hall and the Lincoln Center, opening tours for many legendary artists including Emmylou Harris, Kenny Loggins, Marc Cohn, Richie Havens and Loudon Wainwright III. Grand Prize Winner of NPR's Mountain Stage New Song Award, Rubarth has garnered attention for her insightful songwriting and unique musicality, attracting praise from The Huffington Post, BBC Radio and NPR. "She has developed a unique gift of knocking down walls with songs so strong they sound like classics from another era." - Acoustic Guitar Magazine Part of the Chesky Binaural + Series, all recorded with a single microphone, the band appears right before you with this spacious, lush and multi-dimensional recording. Now headphone users will hear the same three-dimensional sound and imaging as audiophiles have for the past 25 years with Chesky Recordings. Also these new Binaural+ Series albums capture even more spatial realism for the home audiophile market, bringing you one step closer to the actual event. You will hear some of the most natural and pure cool music ever recorded. www.chesky.com Click here to sign up for the Chesky Newsletter